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Battle Mountain Podcast is geared towards helping you be better tomorrow than you were today. Tune in as we cover mindset, business strategies, and everything outdoors. I hope you enjoy the show!

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    • 4.6 • 53 Ratings

Battle Mountain Podcast is geared towards helping you be better tomorrow than you were today. Tune in as we cover mindset, business strategies, and everything outdoors. I hope you enjoy the show!

    CHARGING CAPE BUFFALO with Sara Gamache

    CHARGING CAPE BUFFALO with Sara Gamache

    Podcast Guest: Sara Gamache
    Instagram: pnw_huntress
    Website: www.pnwhuntress.com
     
    BIO: I started my hunting journey at 11 years old as a way to spend time with my dad. Although I wanted to shoot a deer, I thoroughly just enjoyed following my dad through the woods behind our house, looking for the allusive blacktail deer. In my eyes, my dad was the best hunter I knew, I could never remember a year when he didn't harvest a buck. If I wasn't out hunting with him, I was eagerly waiting at home to see what he'd bring back. My dad was very strict with gun safety and respecting and abiding by the game laws, so when he wasn't teaching me hunting techniques, he was reviewing gun safety the fish and game regulations. There was never a day wasted in the woods, even if we didn't harvest. These early memories are what created the foundation for the hunter I am today.
     
    Once I started high school, I tried out for several sports and quickly realized traditional sports were not going to be my strong point. While the majority of my friends were at soccer practice and traveling for basketball games, I was in the woods scouting for deer and preparing for hunting season. I didn't have any female friends who hunted, so I spent most of my time in the woods with my dad, younger brother, or by myself. At age 19, I finally harvested my first blacktail buck on a solo hunt and from that point forward I knew hunting would be a permanent lifestyle.
     
    As I continued my hunting journey into my 20's, I started to become more ambitious about the animals I wanted to pursue. Ever year, after finishing my blacktail season in Washington, I would travel to Idaho to visit family and hunt whitetail. I enjoyed the challenge and learning new hunting styles and techniques to hunt whitetail. 
     
     
    Topics Covered:
    Sara’s start in hunting.
    What were some of the most monumental lessons learned that aided in shooting your first blacktail?
    Shot Iq and the difference you’ve noticed from it.
    What was the drive to try traditional archery?
    Walk me through your spot and stalk cape buffalo hunt in Africa? -Breakdown arrow build and other things of the hunt.
    Mentality, physical workout, and Cold baths and the things you’ve noticed from doing them.
    Where did your fear of failure and complacency come from?
    Raising kids in the outdoors
    Touch on this put together group hunts where people can come hunt with me and I’m also involved in teaching at women’s outdoor related retreats and kids camps
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    YOUTUBE: ‘Battle Mountain Media’
    Our YouTube channel consists of ‘Hunting’ videos, ‘Gear Reviews’, ‘How To’ videos, ‘Bloopers’, ‘Kill Shot Compilations’, and more. Check it out, we appreciate your support and hope you enjoy the content.
    Instagram: @fhfgear
    Website: www.fhfgear.com
    We would really appreciate a REVIEW!
     
    Thank you for tuning in, and we hope you enjoyed the show.
    Zach Herold

    • 59 min
    BUILD THE PERFECT ARROW with Darrin Christenberry

    BUILD THE PERFECT ARROW with Darrin Christenberry

    Podcast Guest: Darrin Christenberry
    Instagram: @darrinchristenberry
     
    BIO: Not a day goes by that Elite Pro Archery & Pro Staff Coordinator, Darrin Christenberry, doesn’t pick up his bow. Once he started shooting professionally in February of 1991, he had no plans of stopping. However, after many years of shooting right-handed he physically could not aim his bow right-handed anymore and was faced with a big decision to make. With noticeable vibrations and shakes that affected his accuracy, his confidence had been depleted, and he was ready to quit. Against his better judgment – he didn’t. After over 21 years of competing at the highest level right-handed, letting go of this life-long sport simply wasn’t an option.
    It's been 2 years and 1 month since Darrin made the switch and started teaching himself to shoot left-handed. While he has taken home some podium finishes along the way, last week was his first ever number one on the podium as a left-handed shooter. It has been over 10 years since Darrin has stood on the top step of the pro podium, making this win even more special.
     
    Topics Covered:
    His 2023 hunting and tournament season
    His journey to being a consistent archery
    Head-to-head bow test and how the Elite Omnia performed
    Elite and its design aspects
    Deep dive into building arrows
     
    For all of your tag application needs check out:  https://www.wearethedraw.com/battle-mountain-media
     
    More From US: www.battlemountainmedia.com 
     
    YOUTUBE: ‘Battle Mountain Media’
    Our YouTube channel consists of ‘Hunting’ videos, ‘Gear Reviews’, ‘How To’ videos, ‘Bloopers’, ‘Kill Shot Compilations’, and more. Check it out, we appreciate your support and hope you enjoy the content.
    Instagram: @fhfgear
    Website: www.fhfgear.com
    We would really appreciate a REVIEW!
     
    Thank you for tuning in, and we hope you enjoyed the show.
    Zach Herold

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Giants in Velvet with Maddy Wasmer

    Giants in Velvet with Maddy Wasmer

    Podcast Guest: Maddy Wasmer
    Instagram: @maddy.hunts
    YouTube: @maddyhunts
    Website: https://www.etsy.com/shop/MaddyHuntsStore?ref=shop-header-name&listing_id=1383705659&from_page=listing
     
    BIO: Photographer, Videographer, and Adventure Filmaker, Maddy Wasmer share their stories from traveling and hunting around the world!
     
     
    Topics:
    Her background and start in videography, photography, and editing.
    Average work week.
    Project she’s most excited about.
    The biggest challenge entrepreneurship poses.
    Where did your drive and work ethic come from?
    Strongest Skills
    Inspiration
    What advice would you give yourself 10 years ago?
    Who is your hero?
    What tips and tactics made your hunt in the Kiabab a success?
    North American Super Slam
     
    For all of your tag application needs check out:  https://www.wearethedraw.com/battle-mountain-media
     
    More From US: www.battlemountainmedia.com 
     
    YOUTUBE: ‘Battle Mountain Media’
    Our YouTube channel consists of ‘Hunting’ videos, ‘Gear Reviews’, ‘How To’ videos, ‘Bloopers’, ‘Kill Shot Compilations’, and more. Check it out, we appreciate your support and hope you enjoy the content.
    Instagram: @fhfgear
    Website: www.fhfgear.com
    We would really appreciate a REVIEW!
     
    Thank you for tuning in, and we hope you enjoyed the show.
    Zach Herold

    • 49 min
    FIXED - GRIZZLY ATTACK with Lance Foster

    FIXED - GRIZZLY ATTACK with Lance Foster

    Podcast Guest: Lance Foster
    Instagram: @muley_maniac
     
    BIO: Hunting is Lance’s life especially when it comes to big mule deer. He’s a father, a hard worker, and a damn good friend.
     
    Caribou YouTube Clip: https://youtu.be/8qq7S0TIQos?si=ANc9kIbYmYC2KuDZ
     
    Topics Covered:
    Leaving guiding
    Money not being everything, but it offers opportunity.
    Things he does to ensure his kids enjoy hunting.
    His most memorable hunt of 2023 with his kids.
    Lance tells Caribou hunt story
    Breakdown of the story
    Cook tent
    Helpful piece of gear

    • 46 min
    FHF Gear: Quality, Innovation, and Scaling with Founder Paul Lewis and Rick Hutton - Episode 142

    FHF Gear: Quality, Innovation, and Scaling with Founder Paul Lewis and Rick Hutton - Episode 142

    In this episode of our podcast, we sit down with Paul Lewis, the founder of FHF Gear, a renowned outdoor gear brand, and Rick Hutton, the first employee of FHF Gear who joined the team through his passion for photography. Paul, a former law enforcement officer, shares the story behind FHF Gear and how it has become a leading brand in the outdoor industry.
    We dive into why and how the binocular harness became FHF Gear's flagship product and the inspiration behind its design. Paul shares insights on how FHF Gear ensures the quality of their products, from materials sourcing to manufacturing processes, and how they prioritize customer feedback in their product development.
    Rick shares his experience in joining FHF Gear and the challenges and triumphs of scaling the company. We discuss the hurdles FHF Gear has overcome and the strategies they have employed to maintain their commitment to quality while growing as a business.
    Paul and Rick also provide an in-depth look at the process of designing a product at FHF Gear, from concept to production, and the importance of customer feedback in shaping their designs. They give us a sneak peek into what exciting products FHF Gear has in the pipeline for the future.
    Join us for an inspiring conversation with Paul and Rick as we explore the world of outdoor gear design, quality control, customer-centricity, and innovation with FHF Gear.
     
    For all of your tag application needs check out:  https://www.wearethedraw.com/battle-mountain-media
     
    More From US: www.battlemountainmedia.com 
     
    YOUTUBE: ‘Battle Mountain Media’
    Our YouTube channel consists of ‘Hunting’ videos, ‘Gear Reviews’, ‘How To’ videos, ‘Bloopers’, ‘Kill Shot Compilations’, and more. Check it out, we appreciate your support and hope you enjoy the content.
    Instagram: @fhfgear
    Website: www.fhfgear.com
    We would really appreciate a REVIEW!
     
    Thank you for tuning in, and we hope you enjoyed the show.
    Zach Herold

    • 53 min
    From Civil Engineering to Outdoor Gear Innovation with Zac Jones - VP of Alaska Guide Creations - Episode 141

    From Civil Engineering to Outdoor Gear Innovation with Zac Jones - VP of Alaska Guide Creations - Episode 141

    In this episode, we chat with Zac Jones, the Vice President of Alaska Guide Creations, about his background in civil engineering and how he made the transition to the outdoor gear industry. Zac shares how his engineering expertise is incorporated into his work in product design, production management, and logistics at AGC. We'll also discuss the unique challenges and timeline for developing the Ravus, a product from AGC. Zac shares insights on how feedback is taken and not taken personally, and the balance between catering to everyone and staying true to the company's vision. We'll also explore how Zac's passion for hunting and the outdoors influences the products AGC produces, and he shares exciting recent product developments and releases from AGC. Additionally, Zac shares the story of his first elk with a bow and his recent buck hunting experience. He also discusses how he balances his love for hunting with his professional responsibilities at AGC. Lastly, Zac shares information about the non-profit he started in memory of his cousin. Don't miss this insightful conversation with Zac Jones, and be sure to check out Alaska Guide Creations on Instagram @alaskaguidecreations and their website www.alaskaguidecreations.com, as well as the foundation cjsmuin.org. Thank you for tuning in, and we hope you enjoyed the show!
     
    For all of your tag application needs check out:  https://www.wearethedraw.com/battle-mountain-media
     
    More From US: www.battlemountainmedia.com 
     
    YOUTUBE: ‘Battle Mountain Media’
    Our YouTube channel consists of ‘Hunting’ videos, ‘Gear Reviews’, ‘How To’ videos, ‘Bloopers’, ‘Kill Shot Compilations’, and more. Check it out, we appreciate your support and hope you enjoy the content.
     
    We would really appreciate a REVIEW!
     
    Thank you for tuning in, and we hope you enjoyed the show.
    Zach Herold

    • 59 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
53 Ratings

53 Ratings

donewith1 ,

Great podcasts

A+

sipvirchow ,

Skip Virchow

Coming from Minnesota and just getting into western hunting. Bow hunting in the west is a little more intensive than back home in Minnesota and any little tip helps. This podcast has a ton of helpful tips that will surely help provide for my family and enjoy some awesome life experiences. I sincerely appreciate the time and the effort put into this podcast and I’d like you to know that at least one person and his family are positively affected from your content. So thanks and good luck hunting!

Vudoo@22 ,

Excellent show

Love the show, excellent info, enjoy listening your elk hunts, keep up the good work
Highly recommended
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